Wheelchair-bound Libyan migrant assaulted in German city
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<p> Police in the eastern German city of Chemnitz say they're investigating an attack on a wheelchair-bound Libyan migrant as a possible far-right hate crime.</p> <p> Chemnitz police spokesman Andrzej Rydzik said Tuesday the 31-year-old was set upon by a group of people Saturday night, including one who yelled anti-immigrant epithets and punched the victim.</p> <amp-ad width=330 height=215 class="amp-ad" layout=responsive type="yieldmo" data-ymid="1371669105708743004"> </amp-ad><p> The 22-year-old alleged assailant, with a record for assaults and far-right crimes, was picked up near the scene. The victim was treated for light injuries in a hospital.</p> <p> Bild newspaper printed a picture of the Libyan, who came to <a href="https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/Germany" id="_ap_link_Germany_Germany_" target="_blank">Germany</a> three years ago, with a bloody mouth. He told Bild he was punched multiple times in the face until he fell out of his wheelchair, then kicked on the ground.</p> <p> A witness heard the attack and called police.</p>